Golden Lane

A charming street with small colorful houses inside Prague Castle, once home to goldsmiths.

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Golden Lane Museum

This charming museum is located in the heart of Prague's historic Jewish Quarter, offering a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the city's former residents. Discover intricate ceramics, ancient texts, and even a secret synagogue hidden within these narrow streets.


Prague’s Oldest Tenement House

Step back in time as you explore this well-preserved example of a medieval tenement house, complete with period furnishings and artifacts that bring the past to life. Don't miss the intricate wooden ceiling or the chance to learn about everyday life in Prague during the 14th century.


The Golem of Prague

Legend has it that Rabbi Loew, a prominent Jewish scholar and mystic, created a magical golem to protect the Jewish community from persecution. Visit the famous Golem statue and learn about the myths and legends surrounding this enigmatic figure.


Astronomical Clock

Prague's historic Old Town Square is home to one of the most impressive astronomical clocks in the world. This masterpiece of medieval engineering features a procession of saints, an astrological display, and a delightful chime every hour.


St. Nicholas Church

This picturesque church was built in the 14th century and boasts stunning Gothic architecture, intricate stone carvings, and beautiful stained-glass windows. Take a moment to admire the tranquil courtyard and soak up the history of this sacred space.


Prague’s Famous Alleyways

The Golden Lane is just one of many charming alleyways that crisscross Prague's historic center. As you wander these narrow streets, keep an eye out for hidden courtyards, secret gardens, and quaint shops selling handmade crafts and local delicacies.


The Golden Houses

These colorful houses, each one unique in design and style, line the Golden Lane and offer a glimpse into the lives of Prague's artisans and merchants from centuries past. Look for the house of the famous glassmaker, where you can see intricate glasswork and learn about the history of this ancient craft.


The Rudolfinum

This iconic building has hosted some of the world's most renowned classical musicians and is home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Take a tour of the concert hall, enjoy a performance, or simply admire the stunning architecture from the outside.